Editorials

City council doesn’t inspire confidence in street renaming

Round and round the discussion goes and where it ends, it appears no one knows. That’s the curious route the city council has taken, or at least a…

Voters must decide on candidates who defy credibility

For the past two weeks we have explored a very curious situation. During this past school board election, it came to light that some candidates own houses in…

News

Hamtramck is one step away from welcoming new city manager

Hamtramck is one step away from welcoming new city manager

By Charles Sercombe The search for a new city manager is over. But contract negotiations…

Emergency manager begins easing out of her role

Emergency manager begins easing out of her role

  By Charles Sercombe There is less than a month to go before Emergency Manager…

Debate rages online over candidates

By Charles Sercombe There is plenty of chatter online about two school board candidates claiming…

Schools almost solvent

Schools almost solvent

  By Charles Sercombe The financial picture for Hamtramck Public Schools continues to improve. That…

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Business

At Kabob House, there is always room for one more

At Kabob House, there is always room for one more

By Mike Murphy Special to The Review Restaurants that specialize in Bangladeshi dishes may be adding up in Hamtramck, but Kabob House and Banquet may be the first…

Mayor shares her dual passion for clothing and boosting Hamtramck

Mayor shares her dual passion for clothing and boosting Hamtramck

By Mike Murphy Special to The Review One might say Tekla Vintage is a clothing boutique of many distinctions. First of all, “Tekla” is a distinguished name attached…

Bear’s Deli breathes new life into former Kowalski site

Bear’s Deli breathes new life into former Kowalski site

  By Mike Murphy Special to The Review Since last week, the vacant deli on Jos. Campau formerly owned by Kowalski has become Bear’s Deli, and it’s been…

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Veterans Day in Hamtramck

Veterans Day in Hamtramck

By Charles Sercombe Veterans Day was observed once again at PLAV Post 10 here in Hamtramck. Here are scenes from this…

News

Citywide mapping project shows little blight

Citywide mapping project shows little blight

By Charles Sercombe The results are in from the citywide mapping project. And there is good news, blight-wise speaking. Out of a total of 6,170 properties recorded,…

Features

Pope Park will soon get a divine intervention

Pope Park will soon get a divine intervention

  By Charles Sercombe     A new look is coming to Pope Park. Talk of renovating the park has been in motion for over a year now,…

Editorials

Search for a new city manager has gone on for too long

Last week the city council interviewed four candidates seeking the job as city manager. In less than two months state-appointed Emergency Manager Cathy Square will be leaving…

Sports

For the first time in years, HHS baseball team come home champs

For the first time in years, HHS baseball team come home champs

By Alan Madeleine Last week, Hamtramck High’s boys’ varsity baseball team won their first district championship since … well, since anybody can seem to remember. And the…